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[Q] Galaxy 10.1 USB connection kit problem, USB sticks

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By buzter87, Junior Member on 12th November 2011, 03:34 PM
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9th July 2012, 07:50 AM |#11  
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Solution ???
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Originally Posted by drummerweed

I'm hoping this thread is still alive because I am having the same problem. @ajnindlo I'm using the standard Samsung USB Connector with a 8gb usb stick. I've tried with USB Debugging on & off and I get the same message. "Damaged USB" and asked me to reformat.
I am using a Mac BUT I did format the stick as a ms-dos fat format.
Please help...
Thank you

PS. I know this is more of a q&a place, didn't know where else to post and didn't find any other with this problem but here. Please redirect to correct location if you know of a solution. Thank you

I have exact the same issue, but it's strange, some SD has this issue, some don't.
"Damaged USB"
I found a trick, but it solved my problem only once: format SD card by a digital camera (Canon powershot) , SD was now recognized by Tab10.1
Putting some extra files on it by PC ... insert SD to Tab10.1 ... same issue again

Have tried several SD formats & sizes ... notting helps

Did someone knows a solution to solve this problem

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9th July 2012, 11:46 AM |#12  
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Try to reboot, it worked for me.
9th July 2012, 12:28 PM |#13  
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Try to reboot, it worked for me.

Correct ... but after a second or third time connecting same SD , issue returns

Have tried this, waiting for a while does helps time to time ... so I guess it's maybe "memory" or "kernel" (system) related.

It seems we have the same TASK14 ROM + Pershoot's kernel.
Strange things.
9th July 2012, 10:10 PM |#14  
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I made the test by unroot my device and went back to factory stock ... it look like the issue is solved for 90% ... it appears when you disconnect and reconnect to fast after the 1st disconnection .
29th September 2012, 09:55 AM |#15  
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usb not recognised
Nothing happens when i plug (several) usb sticks. /mnt/usbdrive is empty.
Any idea?
29th October 2012, 12:19 PM |#16  
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You must Check that Your usb Debugging is On or Not as it creates problems and this will be stopping You device from Accepting Usb Sticks..
18th December 2012, 10:05 PM |#17  
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I found that FAT 'sdCard's would mount , but that NONE of my NTFS sticks would mount
All my sticks are NTFS , so that was unacceptable.

rooted 7500 and 6800

Installed 'Paragon NTFS&FHS', from the AndroidMarket and all files now popup in 'MyFiles' when I insert the usb with the adaptor
28th December 2012, 02:37 PM |#18  
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I have the Samsung Connection Kit containing as USB and a SD adapter. The USB adapter works fine, but the SD adapter doesn't work at all. All it does is starting the TuneIn Radio app when it is connected. I uninstalled the app and now connecting the adapter has no effect at all. Any suggestions?
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